Gregg Berhalter’s Plan for American Men’s Soccer Is Working


Former UNC soccer standout laid out his vision for the U.S. men's national team when he took over the head-coaching job two and a half years ago. The signs of progress are clear, with consecutive wins over Mexico in tournament finals in the past two months. But the hardest test begins next month when World Cup qualifying begins. (The Ringer)

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Gregg Berhalter’s Plan for American Men’s Soccer Is Working


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